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This color blind kid was studying color, so to help him with it, the school's principal bought him glasses with which he can see colors! This kid's reaction is truly amazing!
1 Jun 2021
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Good painting relies on being able to see color and value accurately. If you are confused about how to do this, hopefully this will clear things up a bit... See more Painting Lessons at *******www.livepaintinglessons****
8 Jun 2009
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People claim that's drugs and specifically, Marijuana, aka pot, weed brings them to spiritual realms. However, it must be clarified that these so- called spiritual experiences are drug induced and are hallucinations. A spiritual person does not need a drug to relax them; they understand that meditation is the true key to relaxation. Yes, you may see colors and feel a little bit high, but hallucinations are not the reality of soul. The only way to know soul is through self-awareness and meditation, not drugs. By harming your body, your instrument becomes impaired thus preventing you from knowing soul.
5 Jan 2008
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Go to ******* for the full episode! Don Chaffer (from the band Waterdeep) shares new music and some musings about moving away from linear thinking in his music, and bring himself and his listeners to a place of "Accessible Mystery." He likens it to pressing on your closed eyelids and seeing colors— “compressing a mood” on the song and listener so that they feel a degree of mystery. The interview closes with Don playing the overture from a musical he is currently working on, which is about family and was born out of his own personal life experiences. Distributed by Tubemogul.
21 May 2009
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Download file here: *******sharedsend****/Stepha112/Mode Wallhack - See player models through walls. Chams - See colored player models through walls. Nofog - Fog disabled Crosshair - Crosshair (Target in the middle of the screen used for aiming) -ESP
11 Jan 2011
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BY LINDSEY WOLF ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. Color is the name of a new smart phone app that lets users share photos with anyone nearby who also has the app -- even if they didn’t ask for it. Founder Bill Nguyen tells CNN all about it. Bill Nguyen: “We describe it similar to like going to a wedding where you have all these disposable cameras laying out everywhere. You take pictures and it’s great because you share a moment together. Well, we’ve done that -- except with iPhones. So every camera that takes a picture around you - within 150 ft - is going to be instantly in your application. You didn’t have to upload it. You didn’t have to download it. You didn’t have to share it. You didn’t have the friend anyone. It just happens.” The big difference with Color is it’s complete openness. The app allows you to effortlessly flip through photos of anyone around you. And Business Insider says - because of this, the app could help jump-start relationships between strangers. (video: Vimeo / Color Labs, Inc.) “This is huge... Now with Color you can quickly view a photo of that cute girl next door, leave her a comment, and, if you do it right, go out to drinks later that night.” On the other hand, Forbes points out there could be negative backlash - especially when dealing with celebrities. “I can imagine scenarios involving snoopers hanging out outside celebrities’ homes in the hope of getting geographically close enough to get access to their Color streams...” As you can see, Color is getting a lot of imaginative reactions - both in the Twitterverse and on the Blogosphere. Most of them are about the lack of privacy -- and the potential that Color users will get x-rated photos from people nearby -- whether they want them or not. The Stir thinks it’s “an awesome tool for pervy voyeurs.” Locker Gnome says it’s “kind of creepy” It has a 2 out of 5 star rating on the Apple App Store - with one commenter saying it’s, “only a matter time before the porn shows up.” A lot of others are reacting to the $41 million that Silicon Valley venture capitalists invested in the company - the most a private software startup has ever gotten. Tech Crunch answers the question -- are these investors insane? “Well, they’re making a bet. It’s a very big bet, but it’s not as insane of a bet as it may seem on the surface... It’s an idea that could add a truly new layer to the world — and augment reality in a meaningful way. Isn’t that an idea worth betting on?” The Wall Street Journal adds - the investments make sense, because the future is all about mobile devices. “Behind new services is also the idea that the phone, carried by people at all times, can reinvent the notion of a social network by sharing more real-time information about where people are, what they're seeing and even who they're around.” Sorry BlackBerry users. This app is only for iPhone and Android devices. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream. Transcript by Newsy.
26 Mar 2011
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Paradox Bow Sling Firm braided cord Remains quiet and functional in any environment Stays in the upright position The firm braided-cord Paradox Bow Sling stays in the upright position so you can slide your hand in and out with ease. Braided cord remains quiet and functional in any environment. Made in USA. Colors: Black (not shown), Camo. Paracord Bow Sling Step 1: Materials Lighter Scissors Ruler Two 5 and 1/2 ft lengths of 550 paracord Two 4 ft lengths of 550 paracord Step 2: The Two 5 and 1/2 Ft Lengths Take the two 5 and 1/2 ft lengths, line them up together, and grab the center of both. Step 3: Take the top length and make a loop around thr bottom length. Step 5: Keep repeating steps 3 and 4 until the sling looks long enough to your comfort. Then cut and burn the ends. Step 6: Take the 4 ft lengths and burn them together. Step 7: Use this cord to tie a cobra braid a little longer than your fist. Tie this around the middle of the length you made in the first few steps Step 8: Your finished product! All you have to do is add a leather mount and you are all set! Custom handmade paracord wrist sling for compound bows. Helps avoid torque caused from gripping too tightly - feel secure knowing bow will not drop and doesn't have to be caught after shooting - allows for more focus on shot. Black leather yoke optional. Made with USA-made 550-lb paracord Barbed cobra weave allows for the choice of up to 3 colors - see color charts. Choose colors #1-3 using color placement image as a guide. Related Searches: paracord bow sling yoke best bow wrist sling how to tie a bow sling paracord bow grip paracord wrist strap how to tie bow wrist sling sling it customs reviews paracord planet
12 Dec 2018
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The world of human vision involves many physiological components. Find out how they work together and why you may not have the same image of red as I do! More on YouTube Support Sci-Wise on Patreon References (APA): How Different Animals See The World; Animal Vision. (2009) Pappas, S. (2010) How Do We See Color?. LiveScience. Pinheiro, C. & Moreira da Silva, F. (2012) Colour, Vision and Ergonomics. Work, vol. 41. Types of Colour Blindness. (2016) Colour Blind Awareness. Wolfe, S. L. (2013) Color Perception. Salem Press Encyclopedia of Health. Music: "Perspectives" -Kevin Macleod
12 Jan 2019
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Backlinks refers to a resource link from other website to the specific web resource. If you happen to see colored words in the texts, you call them backlinks and is essential in SEO.
29 Aug 2019
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Not many things stack up to the level of satisfaction as much as what's gained from seeing colors getting mixed into resin! Looks spectacular!
12 Feb 2020
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I always thought of myself as someone who wasn’t racist. I didn't see color or think anyone was less than me. But in doing that, as well as NOT doing anything, I was actually being racist. I am starting this series, “The Antiracist White Chick,” because I am learning so much in my newfound passion to grow and change and DO something about the racism that is, literally, killing our country. I am calling myself out and demanding more and hope it will help and allow my fellow White folk to do the same. It is (past) time we all make the antiracist journey and truly accept and empower racial differences of all kinds. I will mess up, I will say things wrong, but I am here and I am learning and I am not going to stop. Episode 1: Racist, Antiracist, and “Not” Racist begins with a few basic definitions, some things I have learned about my own white privileged and racist ways, and ideas on how we White folk can be better examples of antiracism, daily. Thank you, truly, to Ibram X. Kendi for his brilliant book, “How to be an Antiracist,” which has helped me begin my antiracist journey. It is eye opening and heart breaking and vulnerable and wise beyond explanation. I hope I am doing your work justice. Stay tuned for more Episodes…The Antiracist White Chick is just getting started! I hope you continue to join me in learning and growing and, most importantly, DOING something about racism. I am excited you are here!
3 Feb 2021
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